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... entrance fees is:
Citizens & Permanent Residents Admission to the Museum building is free**.
Admission charges are applicable to selected programmes.
Tourists & Foreign Citizens
Adults $4.00 Adults
(for group of 20 and above) 20% discount Family
(for maximum of 5 members) $12 Seniors*
(60 years old and above) $2.00 Students*
(Free for children under ...
... up on some necessities; and Little India, where all the Indian and Bangladeshi construction workers live. We ate a really spicy veg thali in Little India which Sara struggled to eat but Dave loved; for a minute it was like being back in Delhi. As the drink is so expensive we saved our night out for the final night. Sara, Amy and her housemate Nina went for a drink on Ku De Ta, which is the bar on top of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. Dave was refused ...
... Relic Temple and Sir Mariamman Temple, both temple have their own interesting points and uniqueness. Knowing more about the religion.
Chinatown Complex, you get to order a huge variety food, not only delicious but also cheap as compared to other coffee shops.
Be sure to check out Chinatown as there are a lot more interesting activities going ...
... and I was all ready to continue my adventures for the day :) After lunch, I caught a taxi to my afternoon fun at Forest Adventure. I was very impressed when the hotel called a taxi for me and it arrived in two minutes! There are taxis everywhere and so I could have just hailed one by the road but at the time I didn't think to do that. Anyway, when I arrived at the place, I had to walk for about 5 minutes to get there. It is by a lake ...
... even though there was a lot of people, it just had an air of calm and tranquility.
We also managed to catch and light and water show which was amazing; there were plenty of people there to watch it, but this was certainly not a downside. Well worth going to see, not that I could be sure of times, but you can't miss it on the quayside if it is on. Getting on for after 10pm, and way past our bedtime, we hit the hay.